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    Hi

    I'm looking for a nice top end sound system. Its a competition between the Logitech Z-680 and the Creative Mega Works THX 5.1 Speakers. The soundcard i will be using is the Hercules Game Theatre 7.1. All the help you give me on this subject will be much appreciated. :)

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    I@ve heard good things about both and after hearing both in action i have to say i love the creative wooden base:thumb: so i would recommend creative all the way:thumb:
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    I personally dont see a reason to spend so much $ on my computer system sound, when I just hook it up to my regular stereo setup. and it kick ass. I have a lot more choices as to what my setup is. :2cents:

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    Yea, Kane I have my Panasonic SA-AK29 stereo system hooked up and it sounds great! When I want to hear more, then I simply slap on my Grado SR-60's. Some people don't realize that headphones are the best speakers you can buy! And cheaper! If you want to get a wicked good sound system, grab yourself a pair of Grado SR-120's :thumb:
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    Oh well yeah but it's kinda hard to slap ya neighbours fingers with headphones if you know what I mean.. lol

    :cheers:

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    I tell you the best speakers i had are the creative 5.1 bog standard ones and they are fantastic - i know people bable on about having amazing quality speakers but these have been amazing and only cost 45 so a bargain + i have it set up with the speaker around the room instead of just a small surround set up which makes it a bit more scary in someways, everyone else can get experince it too, and i have my own little 5.1 speakers next to my bed and sink so i can always have music close to my ears ;) - but i say go creative!!

    ta ta

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    one subwoofer that takes less than 100W RMS is not enough!
    I need more power!!! hehe
    I got bass shakers hooked up to a chair, to amplify the dual subs. its the gratest!!!!!!!!

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    Bass Shakers? What the smeg are those - got a website where i can see them?

    ta ta

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